Every year, thousands of students in all grades across the country and internationally produce media for educational purposes, dramatic use, web publication, and classroom projects.
Two new companies are joining PowerProduction in offering their products to students who are participating in President Obama’s I Am What I Learn video contest. School Video News is proud to announce that Soundzabound, licensors of royalty-free music, and ActionBacks, leading creators of motion graphics and animated backgrounds, will make contest versions of their products available to students who are creating the two minute videos.
Entries are now being accepted for NFFTY (National Film Festival for Talented Youth), the largest youth film festival in the US.
It's Monday, June 22nd. The alarm goes off at 4:45am and I cannot believe it is time to get up. I have 45 minutes to be at the school to meet our National’s delegation. This year the Frederick County Career and Technology Center has a coalition of 42 people attending the SkillsUSA national conference.